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Fri 26 Jan 2018

Open admiration: All aboard the Chung bandwagon

Open admiration: All aboard the Chung bandwagon

As Hyeon Chung prepares for his Australian Open semi-final showdown with Roger Federer, Matt Seaniger climbs aboard the South Korean sensation's bandwagon

OPINION: New coach a good choice, now deliver

OPINION: New coach a good choice, now deliver

Bert Van Marwijk was unveiled as the man to lead Australia to the 2018 World Cup in Russia.

Wed 24 Jan 2018

Ball is in their court: players can make choice

Ball is in their court: players can make choice

Tough call: Matt Seaniger writes players have choices as Rafael Nadal injury turns spotlight on players' health

Unexpected threat to Big Four of tennis

Unexpected threat to Big Four of tennis

Greg Dawkins checks out the next generation of men's tennis which is not just knocking at the door at this year's Australian Open, but are pounding at it

Fri 19 Jan 2018

OPINION: 'No-name' Australian Open can be good for tennis

OPINION: 'No-name' Australian Open can be good for tennis

Does it really matter if the men and women at the Australian Open are not known to casual observers?

Thu 11 Jan 2018

OPINION: Poms wield axe, but should we?

OPINION: Poms wield axe, but should we?

England have axed three members of the squad that lost the Ashes 4-0, but should Australia consider cutting Cameron Bancroft?

Mon 8 Jan 2018

Ashes surprise packet fulfills Lehmann prophecy

Ashes surprise packet fulfills Lehmann prophecy

TWO years ago Aussie coach Darren Lehmann earmarked a player for Ashes glory — and it’s proven an inspired pick.

Fri 5 Jan 2018

It is easy to avoid the drama and enjoy sport

It is easy to avoid the drama and enjoy sport

When glancing at headlines surrounding sport it is so easy to forget why you love the game.

Thu 21 Dec 2017

OPINION: Jarryd Hayne is not worth the Eels' time

OPINION: Jarryd Hayne is not worth the Eels' time

Apart from a handful of five-star appearances, Jarryd Hayne's time at the Gold Coast has been largely forgettable.

Wed 20 Dec 2017

OPINION: Cronk clash at Adelaide is a waste

OPINION: Cronk clash at Adelaide is a waste

The most highly-anticipated game of the 2018 National Rugby League season could be played in a state whose top competition didn't have an A-grade grand final.

Sun 17 Dec 2017

Craddock: Top 10 batsmen since Bradman

Craddock: Top 10 batsmen since Bradman

FINE THEN. If we all agree Steve Smith is Australia’s best since Bradman there’s just one question to answer. Ahead of whom?

Wed 18 Oct 2017

RLWC: How the Kangaroos are shaping up

RLWC: How the Kangaroos are shaping up

Australia certainly isn't exempt from the cloud of confusion

Mon 9 Oct 2017

Wallabies take note: How to beat the All Blacks

Wallabies take note: How to beat the All Blacks

Somehow the Wallabies have to imagine they've just conceded 50 points, think everyone is sneering at them and then they will play like cornered animals again.

Sat 7 Oct 2017

Craig Bellamy is worth $3 million

Craig Bellamy is worth $3 million

Craig Bellamy's success rate proves he deserves to be the highest paid person in rugby league, writes Tony Durkin

Tue 3 Oct 2017

Kent: Storm are good, but they're not the greatest

Kent: Storm are good, but they're not the greatest

Timing is always essential when it comes to assessing the great teams

Sat 30 Sep 2017

Durkin: Class should live happily ever after

Durkin: Class should live happily ever after

Whatever the outcome of tomorrow's grand final, those two words could be fittingly used to describe the result.

Ikin: 2017 vintage is best Storm side in this great club's history

Ikin: 2017 vintage is best Storm side in this great club's...

"From fullback to wings, to centres, to halves to front-row, to dummy-half”

AFL Grand Final: Dusty presents dilemma for Dimma

AFL Grand Final: Dusty presents dilemma for Dimma

Forward or midfield for Martin the choice for Richmond coach

Ennis: Cowboys premiership mission not impossible

Ennis: Cowboys premiership mission not impossible

THE perfect game for the perfect Storm.

Tue 26 Sep 2017

The basic truth behind Queensland's rugby league dominance

The basic truth behind Queensland's rugby league dominance

It would be foolish to consider it chance. And foolhardy for NSW to continue this myth that Queensland's success is a rare alignment of stars and chance.

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